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‘Genius at work’ How Kate’s ‘heroic’ body language made it ‘easy’ for William and Harry

Prince Philip funeral: Kate Middleton lauded as 'hero' by expert

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Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, managed to bridge the gap between Prince William and Prince Harry during “an enormously stressful situation”. Body language expert Dr Louise Maher joined Australia’s Morning Show to dissect the appearance of Royal Family members at Prince Philip’s funeral. She turned special attention to Kate and how she seemed to “keep attention”.

Dr Maher told viewers: “The Duchess of Cambridge is a hero. Where did they find her?

“She just knows how to do things in our modern world.

“So although she knows about how to wear the right hairstyle, she knows how to look casual and still hold that respect.

“So she never moved her head from Harry, she had his attention.”

She continued: “She kept the conversation up just about the funeral.

“She kept his attention and made it very easy for William just to have a little word in.

“A word just about the funeral, nothing else.

“Kate kept that attention, kept that energy, kept his focus.”

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The expert added: “It was genius at work really under an enormously stressful situation.”

Lip readers attempted to analyse the conversation being had when William took his mask off.

According to the experts, the royals were talking about the funeral.

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They claimed the group were saying it was “just like he would have wanted it”.

Dr Maher told the Morning Show: “They just kept it at a very high level funeral discussion.

“They hardly asked, ‘how’s Meghan, how’s America’.

“That did not come into it.

“Just the funeral, keep it chunked up at that level.”

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